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Within Spiralia, Gnathifera may represent the deepest branching lineage comprising the jaw worms Gnathostomulida and their sister… Expand It was lately suggested that cilia inside the pharynx of Gnathostomulida are a novel finding and that Herlyn and Ehlers… Expand The marine microscopic jaw worms, Gnathostomulida, belong to the early branching spiralian lineage Gnathifera and consist of two… Expand Recent studies show that Gnathifera, comprising Rotifera, Gnathostomulida and Micrognathozoa, constitute the sister group to the… Expand IntroductionLimnognathia maerski is the single species of the recently described taxon, Micrognathozoa. The most conspicuous… Expand The monophyletic origin of Spiralia within the metazoan tree of life is supported by many large-scale phylogenomic data. While… Expand Rotifers are bilateral symmetric animals belonging to Protostomia. The ultrastructure of the rotiferan trophi suggests that they… Expand Abstract Loriciferans, cycliophorans and micrognathozoans are amongst the latest groups of animals to be discovered. Other than… Expand A new microscopic aschelminth‐like animal, Limnognathia maerski nov. gen. et sp., is described from a cold spring at Disko Island… Expand